Infinity Hall in Norfolk, located at 20 Greenwoods Rd W. The music hall will soon come back to life after more than a year of closing during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Infinity Hall in Norfolk, located at 20 Greenwoods Rd W. The music hall will soon come back to life after more than a year of closing during the Covid-19 pandemic.
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NORFOLK — Almost 16 months after Infinity Hall was forced to shut down due to the Covid pandemic, the concert venue will reopen at full capacity starting in July.
The venue, located at 20 Greenwoods Rd., will host its first concert on Friday, July 9 at 8 p.m. with a performance by Tusk: The Ultimate Fleetwood Mac Tribute.
In an interview with The Winsted Phoenix, GoodWorks Entertainment CEO Tyler Grill said that there will be a total of five shows in July and several more in August.
“We plan on ramping up our concert schedule starting in September,” Grill said. “For now, we will have a nice handful of shows. This is all an effort to get the doors back open and get people back into the room. It’s time to have fun again.”
GoodWorks Entertainment owns Infinity Hall and Bistro on 20 Greenwoods Rd, which opened in 2007.
It also owns Infinity Hall in Hartford which also had to close at the start of the pandemic.
As of press time, the Hartford venue is currently scheduled to reopen in August.
As for Norfolk’s Infinity Hall Bistro, Grill said that it will also eventually reopen.
“We’re not sure right now if it will reopen during the first couple of weeks that the music hall is reopened,” Grill said. “We’re still working on that. We might have a food truck at the first few shows to make sure people will be able to eat.”
Grill said that, despite being closed for over a year, Infinity Hall persevered thanks to its customers.
“To me, our customers are like family,” Grill said. “They are loyal to what we do and what we bring to the area. Our customers accepted credits for future shows rather than refunds. They also had patience with customer service. They all stuck with us and now we all get to enjoy the fact that we are coming out of this at the other end. We made it.”
For more information about Infinity Hall, including up to date information on concerts and other events, go to their Facebook page.

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